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April Showers bring out the Classics... in MAY!

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not a very noteworthy spot but this guy is EVERYWHERE! :blink:

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A TON of Acadias, and for some reason quite a few GP GXPs, many still have dealer plates as well.

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A noteworthy non-sighting, I haven't seen one new Altima on the road.

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I saw a clean silver w/ black top '76 Grand Prix this morning...haven't seen one of those in ages..

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Saw a Lincoln Blackwood yesterday.

I've only seen two of those in my life, one was on a used car lot on the north (read: bad) side of town.

Just a few minutes ago I saw a blinged out Hummer H2 in an elementary school parking lot. The car was stopped but the rim were indeed still spinnin.

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Just getting back from Europa, it was odd seeing all these new cars on the road that I hadn't seen before I left. I saw a new Sentra, Outlook, Acadia, three Aspens in an hour (that one really surprised me), 2 Edges, a Sebring and Avenger, and 3 Silverados. This was all on my 8 hour drive home from O'Hare.

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- Not one but THREE Priuses all in a row at a stop sign.

I gave them a big smile as I drove by in my massive, gas-hungry pig of Buick.

- 1987/8/9 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham, baby blue in 100% mint condition.

- RR Phantom, going about 80mph on the highway

- Cressida (1992?) with a navy-blue "Presidential Edition" carrige top! :blink:

Not a car but I had to mention it:

A crazy old lady in Lowell with a baby carrige... but inside the

carrige is a Jack Russell that looks like it would rather walk

than be wheeled around, he keeps trying to jump down out of

the baby carige and she's yelling at him to stay inside.

As I drive by in my B-59 she looks at ME as if I was weird!?

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68 are you sure the Jack Russell did not pee in the carriage after seeing the B-59 and wanted to get out?

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white over black '59 Cadillac deville convertible.

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Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano. First time seeing it in person. Looks much better than in photos.

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Sitting on the porch, looking at Craigs/Boston dreaming of a winter-beater

worthy of sharing driveway space with my B-59. You know old '70s tanks

from GM & Mopar, Bustleback Sevilles or Imperial Frank Sinatra Editions

are seemingly very hard to find for $950 in 2007.

Anyway I hear a muscular rumble echo off my barn and as I look up I see

a flash of orange. It was a 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda with the black 340 hockey

stick rear quarter stripes & a rear spoiler.

68 are you sure the Jack Russell did not pee in the carriage after seeing the B-59 and wanted to get out?

He-he, wouldn't be the first time. I was dropping off Sofia at daycare

in the B-59 the other day & as I drove past a couple of those goofy

looking French poodles & they looked like they crapped themselves

as my big tank drove past... it was pretty satisfying.

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Saw an Acadia yesterday. T900 trucks are becoming quite common, and they have the most presence on the road of any truck ever, IMO.

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Saw a ton of neat stuff while driving around the area and in Boston with the girl today:

-1950 Studebaker pickup

-1961 Ford Thunderbird

-1964 Ford Thunderbird

-1927 Model T roadster (hot rod)

-1972 Buick Electra Estate Wagon

-1965 Buick Electra 225

-2 brand new Z06's

-fairly new Aston Martin Vanquish

-brand new Viper

and, perhaps the best of all, some old man drove his Honda Civic up onto the curb at about 30 MPH and his tire exploded! It was hilarious!

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Hey 68. I found a bustleback Seville awhile ago. It was $450 in Grimsby Ontario. It has probably been sold by now. Frank Sinatra Edition Imperials shouldn't be winter-beaters though. Maybe the regular model but the Frank Sinatra Edition is a rarity now.

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A 1971 or so Buick Skylark. Lime green with dual black stripes. I see it everywhere...even in the winter. It's in pretty good shape.

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1985 Ferrari Testarossa. It's really Ferrari day today for some reason.

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I love F.S. edition Imperials, but if I owned that & my B-59 which

one of the two do you think will see salt/sand/snow/sleet/slush?

Besides, if you do a high pressure undercarigge wash often most

of the damage is prevented.

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Hmm...a few Ford Edges all of a sudden, and then the typical Bentley Continental GT's, Flying Spurs, and random new Porsches--all usually daily drivers and in moderate degrees of filth, which fascinates me. Really indicative of the area I'm in, no doubt.

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A dark blue Regal T-Type in beautiful shape... with huge chrome 20" rims and painted-on tires... dummy doesn't know what he's got, for sure.

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A dark blue Regal T-Type in beautiful shape... with huge chrome 20" rims and painted-on tires... dummy doesn't know what he's got, for sure.

Funny you mention that...ever since my brother bought his '86 Regal Limited, old guy 1 owner special, he has gotten CONSTANT offers from people to buy it, everywhere he goes. Time to time people comment on my car, but never have I seen anything like the attention it gets, even in stock light blue-dark blue-wire hubcap form.

Okay, hijack done...

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192x Ford Model T, channeled T-bucket, no motor, for sale.

1954 Cadillac Coupe deVille, white, solid project car, on flatbed.

1958 Chevy Corvette, blue, perfect, cruisin' topless.

1959 Cadillac deVille convertible, black, perfect, cruisin top-up. <_<

1962 Ford Galaxie 500 convertible, red, parked, for sale.

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- 1968 Camaro RS/SS in butternut yellow, top down (but windows up :rolleyes: ) on Rt.101A in Nashua, NH

- 1987 Buick GN, t-top. I honked the horn on the B-59 as I drove past him in city traffic, gave me dirty look. :huh:

- 1960s VW Bug, cream

- Some newer BMW 330ix with a super hot MILF who smiled real big and gave me thumbs up on Buick-59.

with huge chrome 20" rims and painted-on tires...

Yeah, there's LOW profile tires & then there's NO profile tires. :rolleyes:

Only a true moron puts flavor of the week looks ahead of

functionality with a car like that. Seriously it's utter stupidity.

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